Do you have school iPads? Are you looking for ideas to get support SEN students in your class? This is the course for you!

I’m very excited to be working with Western Computer, on a series of day long courses for teachers. Aimed at inspiring those that want to get the most from this exciting and relevant technology.

Supporting SEN using iPad, will be held at Western Computer, Temple Meads, Bristol. It has been created by Oscar Stringer to ensure Primary teachers can;

Develop confidence and ideas for using iPads effectively to support your students.

Exploring a selection of key apps and features of the iPad- the training that will ensure you’re getting the most from this relevant technology and accessible technology.

We will use apps to create games and puzzles for your students, explore the simple cause and effect apps, digital portfolio apps, learning game apps, presentation apps, QR Codes, and communication apps.


Discover more and Empower all with your iPad.

The iPad is a relevant and flexible tool, allowing teachers and even students to create their own learning resources to support their needs.

The cost of the day long course is £160.00 pp or £250.00 + vat for two teachers from the same school. The app list will be forwarded on receipt of your booking form. iPads can be provided as well as lunch.

The course will be led by Oscar Stringer an Apple Education Trainer, who has been working with Apple technologies in schools for over twenty years.

The training will take place at Western Computer, Temple Meads, Bristol, on 1st December 9.45am – 3.30pm



To give teachers time to develop confidence with a series of hands on activities, using the iPad to support independent learning. Enhance the students ability to experience and communicate in their environment.


Who is it aimed at?

For teachers, support staff and SENCO’s working with SEN students in all Key Stages.



  1. Taking control of the device, to enable users to get the most from the technology. Dyslexic Fonts.
  2. Accessibility Features of the iPad.
  3. Using web apps and why they’re so important.
  4. Creating a learning journey and scrapbook.
  5. Making books that talk and sharing them.
  6. QR codes and Augmented Reality to support students.
  7. Fun stuff, with Green Screen
  8. Sensory apps.

Booking form

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Feedback from past workshop

“Yesterday was very useful and inspirational! I am hoping to cascade it to our prep department asap and also to talk our ICT coordinator into procuring some spheros. I enjoyed the style of the day whereby we were actively trying out the apps and investigating the variety whilst also having discussions around cross-curricular use. The introduction and explanation of what algorithms are was also a great way to draw us into then using the first app.” – Trevor

“The course on Tuesday was incredibly informative; we recently purchased 45 new iPads so was really useful to have a list of recommended apps to use and pass on to staff. The consensus with the staff at my school is that they find Scratch quite tricky, so the various coding apps will certainly make them feel at ease.” – James